Jeremy Scott leaves Moschino

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The star brand of the Aeffe group has just announced the departure of the American artistic director who had so well embraced its rebellious and humorous style. The name of his (her) replacement has not been revealed, nor the new destination of Jeremy Scott.

 

Karl Lagerfeld saw in Jeremy Scott his only possible successor at Chanel after his death! The last time I checked, Virginie Viard is still in charge of the style of the Maison Cambon! But Jeremy Scott has regained his freedom after a decade spent at the style of Moschino.

 

The flagship house of the Italian fashion group Aeffe has just announced in a statement that Jeremy Scott “left his role as creative director“.

 

The president of Aeffe, Massimo Ferretti, thanked Jeremy Scott “for his ten years of commitment to the house and for launching a distinctive and joyful vision that will always be part of the history of Moschino.

 

The designer said he was “really proud of the work done” during these ten years, which “have been a fantastic celebration of creativity and imagination“.

 

Couture and pop culture

 

Known for his ability to marry couture and pop culture, Jeremy Scott had agreed to work, in late 2013, for the label of the Aeffe group because he felt in resonance with the rebellious spirit of its initiator Franco Moschino … Since the launch of his own brand in Paris in 1997, the American designer, born in Kansas City, Missouri, had refused several offers of collaboration.

 

At Moschino, Jeremy Scott succeeded Rosella Jardini, who had been in charge of style since 1994. From his first collection of fall-winter 2014-2015 for the Italian brand, he had brought an offbeat and humorous vision, close to that of Franco Moschino. And this by diverting the codes of American consumer society via his jackets and bags in the colors of McDonald’s, his popcorn dresses or his fur coats printed bob the sponge.

 

The entire fashion sphere is now wondering about the future destination of the American designer and the name of his possible successor at Moschino …

 

Jeremy Scott has in any case more than one string to his bow. He has dressed or collaborated with many celebrities – Beyoncé, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, CL … – that he defines as “totems” of this pop culture he loves. And he has collaborated with brands like Adidas, Longchamp (leather goods) or Swatch (watches). Let’s bet that we will soon hear from him again….

 

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The star brand of the Aeffe group has just announced the departure of the American artistic director who had so well embraced its rebellious and humorous style. The name of his (her) replacement has not been revealed, nor the new destination of Jeremy Scott.

 

Karl Lagerfeld saw in Jeremy Scott his only possible successor at Chanel after his death! The last time I checked, Virginie Viard is still in charge of the style of the Maison Cambon! But Jeremy Scott has regained his freedom after a decade spent at the style of Moschino.

 

The flagship house of the Italian fashion group Aeffe has just announced in a statement that Jeremy Scott “left his role as creative director“.

 

The president of Aeffe, Massimo Ferretti, thanked Jeremy Scott “for his ten years of commitment to the house and for launching a distinctive and joyful vision that will always be part of the history of Moschino.

 

The designer said he was “really proud of the work done” during these ten years, which “have been a fantastic celebration of creativity and imagination“.

 

Couture and pop culture

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The star brand of the Aeffe group has just announced the departure of the American artistic director who had so well embraced its rebellious and humorous style. The name of his (her) replacement has not been revealed, nor the new destination of Jeremy Scott.

 

Karl Lagerfeld saw in Jeremy Scott his only possible successor at Chanel after his death! The last time I checked, Virginie Viard is still in charge of the style of the Maison Cambon! But Jeremy Scott has regained his freedom after a decade spent at the style of Moschino.

 

The flagship house of the Italian fashion group Aeffe has just announced in a statement that Jeremy Scott “left his role as creative director“.

 

The president of Aeffe, Massimo Ferretti, thanked Jeremy Scott “for his ten years of commitment to the house and for launching a distinctive and joyful vision that will always be part of the history of Moschino.

 

The designer said he was “really proud of the work done” during these ten years, which “have been a fantastic celebration of creativity and imagination“.

 

Couture and pop culture

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Sophie Michentef has worked for more than 30 years in the professional press. For fifteen years, she managed the French and international editorial staff of the Journal du Textile. She now puts her press, textile, fashion, and luxury expertise at the service of newspapers, professional organizations, and companies.

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